Summer 2012 issue Highlights


Along I-74, Political Science Professor William Munro sees potential and obstacles to solving the problem of world hunger. (Photo by Marc Featherly)


A Growing Concern

Though it holds promise to help alleviate world hunger, agricultural biotechnology has been rejected by millions who might benefit from it. Is there a way to bridge the gap?


The Annotated Version

In an address to fellow 2012 graduates, Kathryn Breisch speaks of the value of the liberal arts and lasting friendships.

The Eckley Legacy

IWU President Emeritus Robert S. Eckley, who died in April, brought stability and continuity of leadership during his 18-year tenure.

On Dangerous Ground

An Army company led by Joseph Frederick '05 disarms roadside bombs in Afghanistan.

Deeply Heard

Bringing forth the creative voice within, Professor David Vayo inspires both his students and music listeners around the world.

Robert Eckley


Joseph Frederick


Competing for Charity

In a benefit for Joplin tornado victims, Anthony Tatar '91 Tatar makes Guinness World Records

A Villainous Voice

William Powers '64 will bring his wicked talents back to the Illinois Wesleyan stage.

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